This imaginary vynil album is meant to test your stereo pick-up equipment. Contrary to what the soft voice sugests to you all along, there is no passive listening.
'Testez...' was created by Chenard Walcker in march 2002, but it was only released in early 2005 by the Free Sample Zone.
songs and artwork by Chenard Walcker
cc 2002 Free Sample Zone
Chenard Walcker is a French samplecore artist layering large slabs of pop music, obscure funk, soundtracks, etc. The site offers many albums worth of material as free downloads, as an anti-copyright stance. He also publishes the Free Sample Zone, which is all his material under several monikers, and mostly overlaps the releases under the first link.
February 16, 2006 Subject:
Outstanding electronic music
Without wandering into the mire of genre-labels, this record is unusual and entertaining. This guy seems to have an expansive knowledge of music and great technical expertise, in addition to being especially prolific. This was the first record in his collection of many that I've listened to, and I'm already downloading a couple more. My credentials as a critic are simple - I listen to a LOT of electronic stuff on archive.org (I post some too), and this record really stands out as a great piece of work. Very complex, highly produced, suprising and funny at times. I give it four starts only because I want to see how this one stacks up to other records in his collection (may need to save the fives for other reviews). Thanks Chenard - this one goes into my permanent collection.